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Media: 1 reel of 35mm microfilm
Format: Guide free with Collection
Coverage Dates: 1776-1786

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One of the most important figures in Revolutionary War-era New Hampshire, Weare served as president of the council, chief justice, and governor during these years. This collection documents his correspondence with John Hancock, Henry Laurens, George Washington, William Heath, and others active in the fight for freedom from British sovereignty.

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